Marie-Nöelle Verdal-Bonnin

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The effect of ferulic acid, the most abundant phenolic acid in wheat bran, was studied in vitro on type B trichothecene biosynthesis by Fusarium. It was demonstrated that ferulic acid is an efficient inhibitor of mycotoxin production by all strains of Fusarium tested, including different chemotypes and species. To analyse the mechanism of toxin biosynthesis(More)
The present study aims at clarifying the impact of oxidative stress on type B trichothecene production. The responses to hydrogen peroxide (H(2)O(2)) of an array of Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium culmorum strains were compared, both species carrying either the chemotype deoxynivalenol (DON) or nivalenol (NIV). In both cases, levels of in vitro toxin(More)
Liquid cultures of Fusarium graminearum were supplemented with H2O2 or other oxidative compounds. The accumulation kinetics of the resulting trichothecenes were monitored. At non-lethal concentrations, the H2O2 treatments modulated toxin accumulation, dependent on the method of supplementation. When H2O2 was added at the same time as the inoculation, higher(More)
The antifungal potency of the essential oils of Rhanterium adpressum was evaluated against four mycotoxigenic strains of the genus Fusarium. The essential oils were obtained, separately, by hydro-distillation of the aerial parts of R. adpressum (leaves and flowers). The parts were collected during the period of bloom (3 months) for 3 years. The GC–MS(More)
This study aims to compare the role of the transcription factor Fgap1 in oxidative stress response for two Fusarium graminearum strains belonging to the two chemotypes DON/ADON and NIV/FX. While the response to H2O2 was shown to be chemotype dependent, an opposite result was observed for diamide: whatever the chemotype, the global level of TCTB (i.e.(More)
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